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A travel blog entry by gulmitgchotel


... Jam Prepared By Cooking The Juice To The End To Evaporate The Water).50.008Seabuck Thorn: (Thorny Bush Berries Squashed And Cooked In A Sugar Solution).80.009Muska: (Fresh Butter Of Yak, Cow, Sheep Or Goat).30.0010Chuantail: (Appricote Oil From The Appricote ...


A travel blog entry by nangaparbat


... is big lake at this elevation can find the trout fish as well as in water streams, presenting the most rewarding scenic view.NANGA PARBAT 8125M is the Western conner (end) of the Himalayan Range, Nanga Parbat means “Naked Mountain” is the 2nd highest Peak in Pakistan and 9th position in the world. It has three famous faces for the climbing routes with prominat base camps are Rupal face (Eastern Face), Raikot- Fairy Meadow Face (North Western Face) and Diamir Face ...

Karakoram Highway – a great Adventure!

A travel blog entry by michu


... checked into the Bei Lei Xin Hotel which unfortunately had no running water, heating (it was zero degrees outside) or electricity. We overcame these set backs by enjoying our last few beers under the blankets in our room before crossing into the dry zone of Pakistan.

The next morning we were up early to get to the Chinese immigration a few hundred meters down the road, three hours later we were packed in a small Pakistani bus together with boxes and ...

500km in 24 hours. Up the KKH by bus.

A travel blog entry by dannyandsarah


... be little oasis’s of the most vibrant green you can imagine - beautiful fruit and nut orchards, forests thick with irrigated trees, and terraced fields where the locals are growing crops or grazing animals.

We took a bus into the mountains from 'Pindi up to Gilgit, the capital of the region far in the north of Pakistan and about 400km into the 1200km long KKH. It was supposed to be a 12 – 18 hour ride up ...

You Want More.....? Are You Sure.....?

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy


... screamed a female singer. "Yes, yes, yes!" the audience shrieked back. The song would then repeat itself until she asked the same question again. And so the process would continue. In other words, the same music blasted us for the entire trip from Gupis to Gilgit.

Over the top of the loud music Sadruddin kept us entertained with his outrageous sense of humour. It was a lot of fun and we had to admit that we did ...


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